Dispatch: A summary of recent business appointments and announcements, plus upcoming events for the week ahead
APPOINTED Jennifer Dunn, executive director, London Abused Women’s Centre (effective September 1, 2021).
OPENED The Club House at 100 Kellogg Lane ― a 30,000-square-foot lounge featuring an indoor mini-putt course and six golf simulators.
APPOINTED Chris Inniss, president and CEO, Mainstreet Credit Union.
ANNOUNCED By Siskinds LLP, $21.3 million in class action settlements approved for distribution for lithium-ion battery price-fixing class action (class action first commenced in 2013).
ANNOUNCED The 12 finalists for the 15th Annual Pillar Community Innovation Awards, in three categories. Community Innovation: Food Bruce Grey, United Way Owen Sound, London Muslim Mosque Community Support Program and YMCA of Southwestern Ontario. Community Leadership: Jyoti Vaidya, Leroy Hibbert and Sarah Lehman. Community Impact: Elyssa Rose, Okaadenige Program, Atlohsa Family Healing Services, Samanta Krishnapillai, The On Canada Project and Carol Walters, Alzheimer’s Society Southwest Partners. Community Collaboration: Covid Care Kits, Health Outreach Mobile Engagement (H.O.M.E) and Robert’s Ideal Giveaway.
AWARDED Alex Leonard Media (AL Media), 2021 UpCity Excellence Award for brand integrity and client satisfaction.
APPOINTED Devon Elliott, curator of education, Museum London.
August 27: Socialpreneur Chats: August 2021
September 1: T1 – CRA Taxation Requirements for Sole Proprietors